Connecting providers across North Carolina to seamlessly coordinate patient care

About PatientPing

PatientPing is a care coordination platform that reduces the cost of healthcare by seamlessly connecting providers to coordinate patient care. The platform allows providers to collaborate on shared patients through Pings–real-time notifications when patients receive care–and Stories–important patient context at the point of care–and allows provider organizations, payers, governments, individuals and the organizations supporting them to leverage this real-time data to reach their shared goals of improving the efficiency of our healthcare system.

PatientPing NC Network

53 Hospitals

200+ PACs

200,000 Lives Managed

500+ Users

With PatientPing you can:

  • Increase transitional care management (TCM) billing opportunities

  • Reduce and manage 30-day readmissions
  • Optimize network integrity
  • Operationalize BPCI – Advanced with dynamic, DRG-based rosters
  • Track high risk and high ED utilizer populations
  • Improve ED throughput to maximize resources and efficiency
  • Increase post-acute engagement and collaboration
  • Export and analyze retrospective patient utilization data

Resources

ACO reduces LOS and Readmissions with real-time notifications
LEARN HOW THN IN NC IS USING PATIENTPING TO IMPROVE PATIENT CARE
ACO REDUCES SNF COST PER CASE BY 25% WITH PATIENTPING
PATIENTPING HOSTS SECOND NEW ENGLAND COMMUNITY SUMMIT

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“PatientPing is so useful in a post-acute setting to us that we won’t certify a post-acute facility as a preferred provider unless they have it.
PatientPing is a necessary tool to ensure a smooth transition of care and without it, patients fall through the cracks.”

– ACO in Michigan

“Bottom line–we’re all going to continue to share patients. And we’re going to need to talk about them. Let’s get started.”

– Post-Acute in Massachusetts

“PatientPing changed our business as a practice. It’s been a massive revenue generator for us and our patient engagement scores have gone through the roof.

– ACO in Midwest

“It really is perhaps the most relevant tool in the delivery of value-based care. This is only the beginning.”

–SNF in New England